miércoles, 18 de enero de 2012
Rescuers blow hole in cruise liner (2:02)
Jan 17 - Two Costa Concordia survivors arrive home
in Miami as rescuers blow up parts of the ship to
obtain better access. Nick Rowlands reports.
Italian liner shifts, 29 people missing (2:31)
Jan 17 - Twenty-nine people are still missing as the
stricken Italian cruise liner shifted causing
environmental fears to rise.
Marie-Claire Fennessy reports.
Crew member airlifted from Italian cruise ship (0:48)
Jan. 15 - A member of staff from a capsized Italian
cruise ship is brought to safety after being trapped
on board for 37 hours. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Amateur video shows cruise ship evacuation (1:07)
Jan. 16 - Amateur video captures moments immediately
after the Costa Concordia cruise ship ran aground
and capsized off Italy's coast. Travis Brecher reports.
Investigating Costa Concordia's black box (2:01)
Jan. 16 - Authorities investigate Italian cruise ship
Costa Concordia's black box to determine what
caused Friday's deadly maritime disaster.
Travis Brecher reports.
Audio of ship evacuation call released (2:24)
Jan 17 - A recording of an exchange between a port
authority official and the captain of a cruise ship
that crashed Friday night reveals the captain's
reluctance to get back on board.
Lindsey Parietti reports.
Ship captain defends actions (2:02)
Jan. 15 - The captain of a cruise ship that overturned
off the coast of Italy, killing three and leaving some
40 missing, blames faulty charts for the mishap.
Andrew Raven reports.
Korean couple found alive in capsized ship (1:37)
Jan 15 - A Korean couple was rescued from the
capsized Italian cruise ship, while rescuers search
for 40 people still missing.
Michaela Cabrera reports.
Rescue teams working to determine how many
missing from ship (1:52)
Jan. 14 - The number of people unaccounted for
from a capsized Italian cruise ship ranges from
zero to 40 says head of rescue operation.
Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
Italian cruise ship runs aground, three dead (1:00)
Jan 14 - At least three people were killed after an
Italian cruise ship with 4,000 people ran aground.
Rescuers are still searching for survivors.
Rough Cut (No reporter narration)
Publicado por "EL GALLO EN ALPARGATAS"- JOSE PIVíN en 11:46